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C9H20 + 19/2O2 -> 9CO2 + 10H2O
Please Can u find the physical states for this equation?

  1. Aanu

    this is the combustion of hydrocarbons now to balance it use this formula CxHy+[x+y/4O2->xCO2+y/2H2O
    the physical state of first one is liquid the second is gas. third one is gas and last one is liquid

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